Where the locals go in Belgrade

Putting together a history or synopsis of Belgrade in a few short sentences is no easy task. The “White City” has been at the epicenter of conflicts of great empires for millennia, never seeming to find rest. The capital of former Yugoslavia and, today, Serbia, lies at not only a figurative crossroads of civilizations, but also the confluence of two great rivers, Danube and the Sava, creating a truly stunning…

December 4, 2018
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A Few Ways I Was Surprised By Myrtle Beach

November 22, 2018

My travel habits confuse even me at times. I’ve been to Central Asia and yet there are many amazing spots here in my own country that I haven’t even thought about visiting. Until recently, Myrtle Beach was on that list and I honestly don’t know why. I love coastal communities and I even have family in South Carolina and yet, I had never been to Myrtle Beach. Thankfully the fine…

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Visiting Inishmore – The Star of Ireland’s Aran Islands

August 9, 2018

I was told that the weather would improve, but that morning on the short ferry ride from Rossaveal to Inishmore it was cold, grey and wet. Very wet. Ireland is green though for a reason, and you shouldn’t visit unless you can deal with a little rain, especially when visiting one of Ireland’s remarkable Aran Islands. Before my last trip to Ireland I had never heard of these small islands…

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